I would find it hard to count the number of times when I have shared a story with regards to something hurtful in my life in which the listener's ultimate advice is to allow time to transpire in order for the wound caused by the painful event to heal. We've all heard it before, … [Read more...] about Love, not time, heals all wounds…
We moms think we know how to do everything, right? There is an old expression that says, “mothers are the very heart of our homes,” so it must be true. We know how laundry should be done, how to cook a great meal and then clean up after. There is another saying that goes, “When … [Read more...] about Know-It-All Moms Get Little Help
Last week found a dark cloud hanging over the educational establishment in Atlanta, Georgia. Caught up in the conspiracy to cheat were the former superintendent, executive administrators, principals, assistant principals, testing coordinators, teachers, school improvement … [Read more...] about Cheating and Kids: Use Teaching Moments
One thing puzzles me from childhood, why did my mother keep that old sugar bowl for so long? It was small, wide at the top, narrow at the bottom, made of cheap melamine and always tipped over easily. With three children in the household and a lot of company, why didn’t she just … [Read more...] about If It’s Not Working, Stop Doing It!
Ten years ago we lost a national treasure. Mister Rogers, the gentle neighbor that many of us grew to adore, ended his battle with stomach cancer a month before his 75th birthday. He passed on with his wife at his side and as news reached millions— the whole world mourned. Mister … [Read more...] about Mister Rogers: A National Treasure